What Are You Afraid Of?

KC haunted houses offer spooks, frights

screen-shot-2016-10-27-at-8-25-34-amHaunt Worlds of Fun: In Kansas City, Missouri, Worlds of Fun opens terrifying haunted houses and mazes towards the end of September, leading up to the night of Halloween, with people walking around dressed up like monsters and all of your fears in one place. There are eight main mazes: Asylum Island, Blood on the Bayou, Bloodshed, Corn Stalkers, London’s Terror

Square, Lore of the Vampire, Miss Lizzie’s Chamber of Horrors and Zombie High.

Cost: $45 per person.

screen-shot-2016-10-27-at-8-25-39-amFear Farm: On an old farm in Gardner, Kansas, be prepared to pass all six levels of mazes. Experience the scary side of Kansas by going through mazes like a tent full of clowns, a classic Kansas twister or a horrifying corn maze filled with terror at every turn.

Cost: $20 per person.

screen-shot-2016-10-27-at-8-25-04-amBeast/Edge of Hell/Macabre Cinema/The Chambers of Edgar Allen Poe: These haunted houses are the most popular scare attractions in downtown KC, but they are packed with people, making the experience less thrilling.

Cost: $37 per person.

3rd Strscreen-shot-2016-10-27-at-8-25-59-ameet Asylum:
This attraction, located in Bonner Springs, Kansas, was once a real insane asylum built in 1918. By 1925, the asylum was housing the most dangerous and criminally insane of the midwest. The most famous inmate was Bob Barber, the Butcher of Bonner Springs, who killed 20 people total, including three children. After the previous group starts, each group must wait five minutes for maximum scare potential.

Cost: $25 per person.